Addiction to Love

My name is Susan Peabody and I am a writer and counselor. My goal is to help people feel better about themselves and about life. I specialize in the treatment of love addiction, but I am also a life coach. This site is a resource for those who want to learn more about love and relationships. I have also included some other inspirational writings to help you on your spiritual journey.

Poets have no right to picture love as blind; its blindfold must be removed so that it can have the use of eyes.. (Pascal as quoted in Addiction to Love)


Susan's Writings

Contacting Susan


Radio Interview
Voice America

Love Addict Movie

Radio Interview
Personal Life Media

Radio Interview
Christian Radio Station
Long introduction.

Radio Interview
Typical Kinds of Love Addicts

Love Addict Movie Website:
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On Again Off Again Relationships

Reviews of my books:

The Art of Changing

Comments from Readers

The Bookmark

Susan on the internet.

Pictures & Blog from Switzerland

Tales of Women Survivors: The Hungry Heart
Susan's Story

pdf file for printing; needs acrobat reader

Egos & Humility


Your contribution will pay for Susan's pro bono work with teenagers and indigent clients. She has a special interest in working with inmates. (See her article, Crimes of the Heart.)

Susan Kathleen Peabody, 65


Breaking up is hard to do! Don't do it alone.

Jim Hall's Withdrawal Workbook

It takes a village to write a book!

Custom Writing Service

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If you dropped out of high school, you can earn
a GED online or an accredited high school diploma online.

Part of recovery is to put your life back together. It will build your self esteem. I went back to school with two young children in 1974 and I am proud of my success. It feels great. Susan

Western Heritage High School

  • A great online source for empowering kids to further their education!
  • A great opportunity to improve the quality of life for children who have been confined in the hospital for any reason, for any length of time, by sending them books and other related items in the hopes of letting them know they are loved and being thought about during this trying time in their lives.



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